Sunday, August 22, 2010

More diagrams for Wickham Green Circles, nr Hungerford, Berkshire

Continuing from earlier posts on these Circles. I as earlier found there is clear symmetry can be found by aligning and shifting a little these circles. This indicates that circles need to be adjusted “dot on dot” by symmetry, which gives us 2 possible dot aligning methods: Number 1. - “Blues” on right side; Number 2. - “Blues” on left side.
symmetry

 I suppose diagram number 2 is more tending to solve rightly, indicating it just folds correctly over each. But let's go with deciphering both.

Further studying number 1 diagram. 

Blue and red dots overlap each other, and we mark then like green dots.
I colored in light green dots that are in question or unclear to me:
symmetry1

Let’s interpret green dots as 1, and empty spaces as 0.

Also we reverse second part, after “grey” line (symmetry line), and test it also.

We got a binary table:

Binary code left to line
Decimal value ASCII Char Binary code after line Decimal value ASCII Value
00010000 16 00000000 0
00001000 8 00010000 16
00000000 0 00000000 0
00001000 8 00001000 8
00000000 0 00000000 0
00000000 0 00101000 40 (
01001000 72 H 00000010 2
00010000 16 00101000 40 (
01001001 73 I 10010010 146
00000000 0 00001000 8
01000010 66 B 01010110 86 V
10010000 144 00(1)00000 32
00100000 32 00(1)00(1)00 36 $
10000001 129 01000000 64 @
01000000 64 @ 00000100 4
10000010 130 , 10100000 160
01000000 64 @ 10000010 130 ,
00110001 49 1 01001100 76 L
00001000 8 00000010 2
00100000 32 00001000 8
1 Column – Binary code to line
2 Column – Converted to Decimal
3 Column – Converted to char (ASCII)
4 Column – Binary code after line
5 Column – Converted to Decimal
6 Column – Converted to char (ASCII)

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Bin code after line Reversed Decimal values ASCII Value
00000000 0
00001000 8
00000000 0
0010000 16
00000000 0
00010100 20
01000000 64 @
00010100 20
01001001 73 I
00010000 16
01101010 106 j
00000(1)00 4
00100100 36 $
00000010 2
00100000 32
00000101 5
01000001 129
00110010 50 2
01000000 64 @
00010000 16
1 Column – Binary code to line
2 Column – Converted to Decimal
3 Column – Converted to char (ASCII)
4 Column – Binary code after line
5 Column – Converted to Decimal
6 Column – Converted to char (ASCII)

Messages are like these : Right part: H I B   @,@1            Left part:  @ I j $      2@




Now deciphering for the Diagram No 2:

symmetry2

We again write 1 for green dots, 0 for empty box.

Binary code left to line
Decimal value ASCII Char
Binary code left to line
Decimal value ASCII Char
00010100 20 1000000 64 @
00001000 8 0011000 24
00010000 16 0000000 0
00101000 40 ( 0000100 4
00000000 0 0000010 2
00110000 48 0 0010000 16
01000000 64 @ 0001011 11
10110100 180 ´ 0000100 4
0100100(1) 73 I 1011011 91 [
10110000 176 ° 0000000 0
01001010 74 J 1100001 97 a
1001010(1) 149 or 148 0000000 0
01100010 98 b 10(11)0(1)0 90 Z
10000000 128 0000101 5
01110101 117 u 0000000 0
10000010 130 0010110 22
01001000 72 H 1000001 65 A
10110110 182 0000110 6
01001000 72 H 0000000 0
00010100 20 0000010 2
00001000 16 0000000 0
Now this table is more interesting, because we have here more various decimal values, and the whole line of the text.

I can see one meaningful line of text here in the code that is:

( 0@ ´ I ° J • b € u ‚ H ¶H

Maybe we can interpret this.  I would interpret this as  @ - circle in field ,  I  J. (Jesus) b (be) u (you), H (humans).  € or  ¶ might mean a road interconnecting two circles. What is your opinion?

Monday, August 16, 2010

Wickham Green, near Hungerford crop circles, Part 2

This post is to continue with some diagrams from Part 1, which is here.
If we overlay circle as they are in fields, only slightly rotated, we would get similar diagram:
face 1on1 copy
There is nothing special in this diagram. But it feels as it wants second circle to shift it a little.. And here is what we get, when we shift North circle a little:
faces with shift 1
As can be seen from diagram we get a symmetry between North and South dots. The symmetry line is from top left to bottom right. If we color dots: Red color for south circle, Blue dots for North circle:
faces with shift 2 faces with shift 3
We can clearly now see an almost strict symmetry – lots of dots fall into each other or complete empty spaces missing in other part.

You might continue on reading on possible hidden messages in the circles, here :
http://marius-zemaitis.blogspot.lt/2010/08/possible-solution-for-wickham-green.html


Interesting circles, really :).

Friday, August 6, 2010

Wickham Green, near Hungerford, Berkshire 2 face crop circles of 2010

Two crop circles depicting the face of Jesus Christ have appeared on either side of the M4 near Hungerford in Berkshire in August of 2010.
The two almost identical circles, both 250ft in diameter, seem to portray Jesus Christ in an image resembling the world famous Shroud of Turin.

More info about circles : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1300319/The-Holy-Trail-Crop-circles-Jesus-M4-spiritual-lift.html

20100731wickham-07-south
Photo credit Frank Laumen.

These are really amazing circles, with some king of dot pattern, that most probably encoded some kind of message.

From my point of view, it gives a clear hint for "1:1" or "11:11" sign or code.


Some my facts for Wickham Green (North of M4), nr Hungerford, Berkshire. Reported 30th July. - Two "dot-faces" circles.
face_crops-copy
* They are very symmetric.
* Both "face-dots" circles are aligned in field to form a perfect 90 degree corner with ley lines. 
* Taking this into account we can see that circle becomes divided into 4 parts...
* and interestingly these 4 parts on both circles seems of same relational height! 
* Also some dots have a little inside dot, this you can see from ground shots.
Combining them could produce various results. Here I propose most probable 4 pictures of various circle overlays. The Diagram 2 is most “face like”, though others may also give various clues. The “Blue” dots are from Circle1 and “Red” dots are from Circle2.
1. Diagram
Circles overlaid as they appear in field, sticking 1:1 to the crop lines and field lay lines.
face linetoline copy
2. Diagram
Second circle is flipped vertically. Almost exactly they fit: some dots overlay each other, others fall into empty spaces, though not quite all.
face 2flipvert copy
3. Diagram
Second circle is rotated 90 degrees counter clockwise.
faces cc90 copy
4. Second circle is rotated 180 degrees counter clockwise:
faces c180 copy
There are more diagrams on PART 2. And a possible solution here : http://marius-zemaitis.blogspot.lt/2010/08/possible-solution-for-wickham-green.html